Campaigning news from London

  • Metroline commit to bus charter

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    We had a huge breakthrough with our bus campaign this week; London based bus company, Metroline signed up to our bus charter on 18 March.

  • Hampstead and Kilburn prospective parliamentary candidate goes on blindfold walk

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    Simon Marcus, the Conservative prospective parliamentary candidate for Hampstead and Kilburn took part in a blindfold walk on 13 March to get an idea of the daily obstacle course faced by blind and partially sighted people in the constituency.

  • Barclays, a beacon of good practice in accessibility

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    Campaigners from across London and the South East made a series of visits to newly designed Barclays branches in London last month to assess the new design and discuss how the bank could make their services more accessible.

  • British Transport Police commit to accessible ID badges

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    Following years of campaigning, our London volunteer campaigner Mohammed Mohsan Ali has succeeded in his campaign to get the British Transport Police to present information on their ID badges in braille!

  • RNIB win battle of Waterloo

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    We did it! We’ve reversed South West Trains’ decision to turn off audio announcements at Waterloo.

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